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Social JukeBox: a physical connection to Spotify

Laura MalinverniMay 25th, 2012

Social Jukebox is an Arduino-powered music player tailored to allow music sharing through tangible interaction. The device, based on  wooden tokens, has the aim of  bring back the physical aspect of music sharing and allow  multi-user listening in a social environment. The tokens have RFID chips embedded in them, so the music player can read the link to a Spotify song. The device randomly selects tokens and tracks as it goes, creating a real-life, listening experience.

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One Response to “Social JukeBox: a physical connection to Spotify”

  1. samualss Says:

    Social Jukebox is believed to be a good player for Spotify music. I’m considering using it to play the Spotify songs. As I use a premium account, I can download the Spotify songs. So I can listen to the songs on the player with the links of the songs. Now I get a better way. I use an AudFree Spotify Playlist Converter to help me save the songs so I can play them on any players. It’s convenient.

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